Haven’t you waited long enough to address that joint pain? It’s time to stop postponing that procedure or surgery, and take care of your health! As 2018 comes to a close, you may have reached your out-of-pocket insurance deductibles. If so,
Growing up in the Deep South, you quickly learn that a few things are non-negotiable: respecting your elders, drinking sweet tea, and choosing your favorite football team. Everyone loves the excitement of football season, and here at TOC, we pride ourselves in the excellent care provided to our athlete patients,
A fall can happen anywhere and at any time, but sadly, according to the CDC an older adult dies every twenty minutes from a fall, and they mostly happen in the home. Since September 22 – 28 is Fall Prevention Awareness Week,
The After Hours Clinic will be open on Saturday, September 1 from 8:00-11:00 a.m. The After Hours Clinic will be CLOSED on Monday, September 3 and resume its regular schedule on Tuesday, September 4.
Sports Injury Treatments Despite our best efforts, sports injuries happen… and TOC is here when they do. The Friday Night Injury Clinic begins on Friday, August 24 and runs every Friday night throughout the fall high school sports season. TOC Sports Medicine physicians and Huntsville Hospital athletic trainers will be available to evaluate and treat student athletes with possible sports injuries.
The Orthopaedic Center (TOC) announces the opening of our new Athens location in the brand new Athens Surgery Center at 22454 US Hwy 72, Athens, AL. The new, larger facility allows us to bring both the TOC Athens Orthopaedic practice and TOC Physical Therapy services under one roof.
We are pleased to announce the merger of The Orthopaedic Center (TOC) and OrthoSports Athens (OSA), effective August 1st, 2018. By uniting leaders in orthopaedics, spine, sports medicine, and rehabilitative therapy services, the merger of TOC and OSA provides exciting opportunities to improve care and expand services and accessibility for all patients throughout North Alabama and South-Central Tennessee.
Did you know that more than 130,000 people were treated for a golf-related injury in 2015? Even though this sport is a low-impact activity with minimal risk, an injury is still always possible. Most injuries are the result of overuse, which can occur from repetitive motions made throughout many games of golf.
Have you played the Downtown Open yet? It’s been extended through July 1! Check out this trio of brothers playing the TOC putt-putt hole and pointing to the body parts Dr. Lawley helped them heal! There are 25+ putt-putt holes scattered throughout downtown Huntsville.
While no one reading this will probably ever be a Tiger Woods or a Nicklaus, some of us will religiously hit the golf course to try. While most just play golf for fun, the sport can stop being fun rather quickly when you become injured.